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back we'll interview the guy who wrote the book on bradley manning. what the government is doing to him, and what does it portend for the rest of us. it ties in to the rest of the conversation that he we're just halving. come right back. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current. >> i think it's brilliant. (vo) first, news and analysis with a washington perspective from an emmy winning insider. >> i know this stuff, and i love it. (vo) followed by humor and politics with a west coast edge. bill press and stephanie miller. >> what a way to start the day. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> cenk: all right, we're back on "the young turks." now we're going to talk to the guy who literally wrote the book on bradley manning. he's author of the "the passion of bradley manning." chase thank you for joining us. we appreciate it. first i want to ask you why did bradley manning w
won't hear much in the mainstream media about bradley manning or his trial but the controversial parliamentary to released the wikileaks collateral video is visiting america and he joins us in studio. today is the birthday of, there he is again the brilliant tv programming executive jeff zucker, also the birthday of former congressman joe scarborough who works for another brilliant news network and it is the birthday of mitt romney supporter jenna jameson. she's not as rich as mitt but he's given out way more jobs. this is "viewpoint." >> john: good evening i'm john fuglesang. this is "viewpoint." now, it looks like there will be at least one vote in the senate this week on a bill to curb gun violence. majority leader harry reid says he has scheduled a procedural vote for thursday to open debate on a bill that would expand background checks for gun buyers, make gun trafficking a federal crime and support school security programs. reid made the announcement after eight republican senators said they would join democrats in opposing a filibuster threat from 14 republicans including
that usama bin laden obtained some of america's top secrets thanks to bradley manning. now a member of the team that killed bin laden could testify about the terror chief's pursuit of those secrets. >>> also jodi arias finding a way to send messages to her followers on twit wither, also selling her artwork. we'll talk about it. ♪ you know my heart burns for you... ♪ i'm up next, but now i'm sging the heartburn blues. hold on, prilosec isn't for fast relief. cue up alka-seltzer. it stops heartburn fast. ♪ oh what a relief it is! jenna: well, a member of the team that took out usama bin laden could appear on the witness stand and testify in the government's case against private bradley manning. private manning is accused of giving hundreds of thousands of classified documents to wikileaks. he faces 22 charges including espionage and aiding the enemy. prosecutors say the witness, presumably a navy seal, collected digital evidence showing bin laden had some of that information, the same information leaked by manning. tom is a former prosecutor and a jag officer in the army nationa
say it will hurt them and the economy. >>> whistle blower bradley manning hope the honorary grant marshal of the pride board said it was a mistake. gay activists plan a reversal at his office tonight at 5:00. manning is charged with leaking u.s. secrets to the wikileaks. his court marshal is set for a few weeks before the parade. >>> and it is set to begin before harris. harris is accused of assaulting his boyfriend at a menlo park restaurant last january. the defensive tackle admitted he was gay shortly after the incident and said he kept his sexuality a secret during his entire career. he played one season with the raiders. >>> coming up next, new information on the investigation of the boston bombings. the fbi is working around the clock to answer one critical question. >>> plus early education funding, why the numbers are not adding up for children right here in the bay area. >>> golden gate bridge traffic looks good, we will tell you more about the bay area commute and the bay area weather. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my
in the osama bin laden raid to testify in court for bradley manning. he's accused of leaking documents to the wikileaks website that mirrored those found -- those found during the raid. the navy s.e.a.l. has documents that mirrored those in bin laden's suggestion, they say. >>> in a bill to stop the practice known as swatting has been passed by the senate. swatting works like this -- police get an emergency call about a crime at a home of a celebrity. when they arrive, they found it's a prank. russell brand became the latest victim. they got a call about an armed robbery in progress. the report was false. >> just last week we had rihanna, selena, justin timberlake and shawn coombs' home. all within a 72-hour period. >> the bill would make the swatters or if they are underage, their parents pay for the response. one swatting call can cost $10,000. >>> the cleanup continues in san francisco from a storm this week. powerful gusts prout down giant trees like this one on sunset boulevard. there was heavy damage at lake her red, harding golf course, the olympic club and other parts of the c
participated in the osama bin laden raid to testify in court for bradley manning. he's accused of leaking documents to the wikileaks website that mirrored those found -- those found during the raid. the navy s.e.a.l. has documents that mirrored those in bin laden's suggestion, they say. >>> in a bill to stop the practice known as swatting has been passed by the senate. swatting works like this -- police get an emergency call about a crime at a home of a celebrity. when they arrive, they found it's a prank. russell brand became the latest victim. they got a call about an armed robbery in progress. the report was false. >> just last week we had rihanna, selena, justin timberlake and shawn coombs' home. all within a 72-hour period. >> the bill would make the swatters or if they are underage, their parents pay for the response. one swatting call can cost $10,000. >>> the cleanup continues in san francisco from a storm this week. powerful gusts prout down giant trees like this one on sunset boulevard. there was heavy damage at lake her red, harding gol
then brings us to the case of bradley manning. the young soldier who went to iraq and is now pled guilty to having released hundreds of thousands of documents to ricky leaks to document what was happening in iraq, afghanistan, and the state department cable the largest trove of cables ever released, a decade's worth and it is astounding it is true that he could do this in the desert and iraq. but, he has been in jail now for almost three years. he has not yet been tried although he recently pled guilty to some charges. what message does this send to young soldiers who are concerned about what has happened and the direction our country has taken? on democracy now we recently broadcast bradley manning's voice because someone secretly recorded his testimony at fort meade brachiates being tried. why is it so dangerous even to hear his voice? it is way beyond bradley manning. it is what it means to be a whistleblower and we will crush you and we will destroy you. what are some of those documents are videos released? with newspapers all over the world worked with mickey leaks because there wer
to wikileaks by private first class bradley manning, a low-level intelligence analyst in iraq who is accused of copying them from a classified government network that a half a million people have access to. manning is now in solitary confinement at a military prison, facing charges that could put him away for 50 years. >> you've called him prisoner of a conscience, correct? >> i've said that if the allegations against him are true, then he is the foremost prisoner of conscience in the united states. there's no allegation it was done for money. there's no allegation it's done for any other reasons than a political reason. now, i'm sorry if people in the united states don't want to believe that they are keeping a political prisoner. but in bradley manning's case, the allegations are that he engaged in illegal activity for political motivations. >> people in the united states think he's a traitor. >> that's clearly not true. >> regardless of what happens to private manning, any prosecution of assange will be fraught with problems because wikileaks wasn't alone in publishing the classified mater
. on democracy now we recently broadcast bradley manning's voice. because someone secretly recorded his testimony at fort meade where he is being tried. why is it so dangerous to even hear his voice? what message is being sent to people? i think it's way beyond bradley manning. it's, it's about what it means to be a whistleblower, and the message being sent is we will crush you. we will destroy you. what are some of those documents, videos that were released? i mean, when, you know, newspapers all over the world worked with wikileaks when these documents because they were so important, so newsworthy, "the new york times," the guardian in london, el paez in spain, "der spiegel" in germany, these have been so significant especially at a time of a crackdown on information, and i just want to tell the story of one video that was released that we broadcast on democracy now. wikileaks called it the collateral murder video, but it was a video, um -- well, i'll start with one of the documents that came out of of the wikileaks papers in iraq was about an incident in february of 2007 where an apache helico
of classified documents will be paback in cou. a free trial hearing will be held for private first class bradley manning in the wikileak scandal. likely a navy seal who took part in the osama bin laden's raid. to testify bin laden had documents manning admits leaking. the epic mini series the bible keeps onseting records. >> he is king of his people. what is his name? >> je now become the fastest selling mini series ever. the bible was a ratings hit, too. it closed out the run on easter sunday with a strong 11.7 million viewers. patti ann? >> moments ago a florida couple booked into a florida jail. joshua and sharon hakken are accused of kidnapping their sons and fleeing with their children. now the boys are back with the grandparents. >> those from the fbi and our office, sheriff's officer are with the children right now. our understanding is they are doing well. >> cuban authorities turned the family over to the united states after discovering them in havana. phil keating has more on this sag dau. >> an american couple accused of kidnapping the couple hiding out in cuba. he took his son 4-year
private bradley manning would be an honorary grand marshal of the gay pride parade in june. tonight the pride board says the nomination was mistake and the person who has announced it was disciplined. >>> in 90 seconds: >> more than eight months after the devastating fire the refinery has been restarted. >>> tucked away for 13 years. th . >>> chevron's vice-president announced the company has restarted the part of the richmond refinery shut down eight months ago by a massive fire. we're live now in richmond and we have been talking with residents and experts about why they're concerned. >> reporter: well first of all, residents i talked to said they had no notice that the chevron plant was going to be restarting. i listened in to a recording of a financial conference call that happened today. it was an hour in until they disclosed all of that information. one official said today they're in the process of feeding oil into the crude unit and bringing plants in the refinery back on line. they reported first quarter earnings of $16.2 billion. >> richmond crude unit is just now taking fe
's gay pride celebrations says wikileaks' suspect bradley manning will not be an honorary grand marshal after all. an employee of the organization had told the airline private accused of leaking u.s. visits he would be among the -- secrets he would be among the celebrities at the event. the selection committee did choose manning but the pride board decided the nomination would be a mistake. >>> authorities and several bay area communities are taking drugs off the street one old prescription at a time. law enforcement agencies in martinez, concord, navado and san francisco all took part in the drug takeback day and they could drop off the old or unwanted prescription drugs. organizers says the martinez event collected roughly 10,000 pills in addition to liquid medicines and pelt medications. >>> blake shelton gave a free concert in san francisco this afternoon. ♪ there was a catch. the concert was part of the grand opening celebration for a new microsoft store in the west field mall downtown. and in order to score the free tickets, you had to go to the store earlier this week to pick t
activist daniel elsburg who released the pentagon papers about the vietnam war. >> i think that bradley manning released critical documents for getting troops out of iraq. >>> wall street started the week with a surge higher. all three major indexes were up. the dow gained 106 points. nasdaq was up 27. and the sm preponderance -- s & p said the record closed up by 27 points. google released the new apps for android phones. it does many of the same's functions as apple's siri. google has been showing some success in trying to lure users to its products? >>> the unseasonable highs we could hit where you live. >> 12 years in stanford, 12 with the nba. all look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our s
rebels. >>> a pretrial begins in maryland for bradley manning. he's accused of sending secrets to the wikileaks website. the government says a witness, a navy s.e.a.l., would testify that there were documents that manning admitted. >>> a south bay family mourning death of their loved one, a u.s. sole jer killed over the -- solar killed over the -- soildier killed over the -- soldier killed over the kckd in afghanistan. he was -- over the weekend in afghanistan. his sisters talked to their brother on skype just two weeks ago. >> it's just unbelievable. he was one of the most pressure. he was the youngest one -- presh -- precious. he was the youngest one. >> the specialist grew up in san jose and santa clara. his wish was to be buried in the phillippines next to his father, a world war ii veteran. ♪ >>> now, one of the four other americans killed in that bombing along with santos was remembered at the high school she attended in illinois. 25-year-old ann smeddinghoff was a u.s. diplomat in afghanistan. her work reflected her dedication to world peace. we should be inspired by a
. >>> a pretrial begins in maryland for bradley manning. he's accused of sending secrets to the wikileaks website. the government says a witness, a navy s.e.a.l., would testify that there were documents that manning admitted. >>> a south bay family mourning death of their loved one, a u.s. sole jer killed over the -- solar killed over the -- soildier killed over the -- soldier killed over the kckd in afghanistan. he was -- over the weekend in afghanistan. his sisters talked to their brother on skype just two weeks ago. >> it's just unbelievable. he was one of the most pressure. he was the youngest one -- presh -- precious. he was the youngest one. >> the specialist grew up in san jose and santa clara. his wish was to be buried in the phillippines next to his father, a world war ii veteran. ♪ >>> now, one of the four other americans killed in that bombing along with santos was remembered at the high school she attended in illinois. 25-year-old ann smeddinghoff was a u.s. diplomat in afghanistan. her work reflected her dedication to world peace. we s
courts and going after whistle belowers, for putting bradley manning in jail forever possibly possibly. so the he is peen espionage act has been used by president obama more. the last seven presidents combined used it less. >> i don't find it liberal but mainstream. but the robin hood tax of less than 1% on each transaction. >> half a percent would raise $180 billion minimum on wall street transactions. we would get the biggest share that have money would come to new york because it comes from new york. so we would have a federal law guys like the goldman sachs crew can't go to california. in europe they're going to pass it any day now. we could raise money and underwrite what goes on in this city. we have tons of people who are unemployed. 60% of black youth unemployed. >> john: it seems like a very mild form of austerity for those who could afford austerity. you said something bringing people from occupy wall street to a credico administration. what do you have in mind? >> i would use them--they were so heroic after hurricane sandy going out and bringing in relief. i like the concept
papers about the vietnam war. >> i think that bradley manning released critical documents for getting troops out of iraq. >>> wall street started the week with a surge higher. all three major indexes were up. the dow gained 106 points. nasdaq was up 27. and the sm preponderance -- s & p said the record closed up by 27 points. google released the new apps for android phones. it does many of the same's functions as apple's siri. google has been showing some success in trying to lure users to its products? >>> the unseasonable highs we could hit where you live. >> 12 years in stanford, 12 with the nba. all while keeping his sexuality private. >>> today we learned another item is banned from beta breakers. why the officials tell us the change is necessary after the boston marathon bombing. why are 8 million people sleeping better tonight? they went to a sleep number store. the only place in the world you'll find the sleep number bed, with dual air technology. it allows each of you to adjust to the support your body needs. you'll only find sleep number at one of our over 400 stores nation
. it's a very serious issue which then brings us to the case of bradley manning. this young soldier who went to iraq and has now pled guilty to having released hundreds of thousands, if not millions of pages of documents wikileaks and documented what was happening in iraq and afghanistan and then does the department cable. it's the largest trove of state department cable ever released, decades' worth, and it's astounding. if this is all true that he was able to do this in the desert and iraq. but he has been in jail now for almost three years. he has not yet been tried though he recently pleaded guilty to some of the charges. what message does this send to especially young soldiers who are concerned about what has happened in the direction the country has taken? you cannot hear his voice and in democracy now we've recently broadcast bradley manning's voice because someone secretly recorded his testimony at fort meade where he is being tried. why is it so dangerous to even hear his voice? what messages being sent to people? i think it is way beyond a broadly manning. it's about what it m
. this week, bradley manning was nominated and last night the pride board said that the nomination was a mistake the person that announced it has been disciplined. >>> you can turn in your unwanted or expired prescription drugs at locations through the bay area. it is part of national prescription drug take back day. fire stations, health centers and law enforcement will all be collecting the medication from 10:00 this morning till 2:00 this afternoon. for a full list of dropoff locations in the bay area, we have posted a link on our website, and go to ktvu.com and look under the hot topic section on our web page. >>> there will soon be more entertainment to the bay and but first, they have to staff t they will hold a job fair to fill several part-time positions. the pavilion is the first jut door waterfront venue. if you are interested in applying, the job fair glenns in about a half hour at pier 27 cruise ship terminal. >>> catch a race and a paycheck all in one day. not bad. >>> let's check in with rosemary. >>> the clouds will sky and a warming trend expected for your weekend.
evidence. they're questioning a man being treated in an area hospital as well as a person who was trying to gain access to a restricted area five minutes before the blast. tahman bradley, boston. >> hearing from an arlington man who had a front-row seat at the finish line and captured some of the chaos on camera. s'wife and daughter were in the race. he snapped photographs and started recording on his cellphone after. the second blast, he went downstairs to safety. eventually reunited with his wife and daughter. >> my god. i feel lucky to be alive. my wife andhug daughter anymore. our knees were shaking. >> he will fly back to b.c. later this morning. at 5:00, tom roussey will join us from boston with reactions from who was in the area when the bombs went off. .- with a local woman >> typically, homemade bombs that you learn to build on the internet are sloppy. if this one was killed by someone who was a bomb maker from iraq or afghanistan, there are signatures of those types. >> and fbi investigators as it will take some time to examine the evidence. authorities are using security camer
that from happening. >>> supporters of wikileaks whistle-blower bradley manning plan to protest san francisco pride. the openly gay army private was named on honorary grand marshal of the parade last week. then the pride board said that was a mistake. gay activists plan to protest the reversal tonight at 5:00. manning is charged with leaking secrets to wikileaks. his court marshal is set for june 3rd. that's a few weeks before the parade. >>> we have developing news from the current hot spot in the middle east. a very close call for one top political leader in syria. >> the unusual defense being -- being offered to a man accused of killing four women in northern california. >> reporter: and the search is on for the man who stabbed and 8-year-old girl to death in her home. we will tell you how security is being stepped up and hue students are coping with this loss -- when "mornings on 2" continues. you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... wher
contact.com/try. >> steve: quick headlines. a member of the osama bin laden raid team will testify at the bradley manning trial. he says bin laden had documents bradley manning leaked to wikileaks. prosecutors say it shows manning aid the enemy. >>> and we told you yesterday super model miranda kerr is walking away from victoria secret. now victoria secret says they are the ones who fired her. she was canned. sources say she is difficult to deal with and was not a big seller compared to the other angels who apparently not divas. she's winking at us. brian, over to you. >> brian: gutting our military thanks to the sequester. but that's not stopping the doj from throwing $10,000 pizza parties and it only gets worse from there. >> gretchen: virginia congressman is chairman of the house judiciary committee. he was among the lawmakers at a hearing yesterday questioning wasteful spending at the department of justice. good to see you, sir. >> good to be with you, gretchen. >> gretchen: so let's lay everything out on the table. this wind of wasteful spending has been going on forever. it's under every administra
, everybody. a new pretrial hearing starts today for private first class bradley manning. the prosecution wants to call a witness who is presumed to be a navy seal who participated in the raid on osama bin laden's hideout in 2011. that witness would testify that bin laden had digital copies of the material that he admits he leaked to wikileaks. manning's defense is fighting for the no have the witness testify. manning has pled guilty to the 22 charges against him. the government would like to convict him on all of them. >>> mayors against illegal guns is out with a new ad today against senator marco rubio. the ad says the senator's presidential ambitions have him running to the right on gun control and then shows a little animated rubio doing just that. >> rubio would let criminals and mentally ill get guns without a background check. even worse rubio said he would filibuster the vote in washington so the senate won't be able to vote on background checks. >> the ad points out that 91% of florida voters support background checks according to a quinnipiac poll last month. >>> more details a
to the bradley manning case -- you rarely see those types of offenses going to a court- martial. muchyou're seeing is very the same types of offenses that you see tried within the state, the violent crimes. host: we are talking about the court-martial system. our guest is lisa windsor and sir it as an army judge advocate general from 1988-2011. she is now a practicing attorney. chuck hagel is looking to overhaul the court-martial system. host: here is what the defense say.tary had to host: tell us more about what happened with lieutenant colonel james wilkerson. how was he able to change what happened to him? , to : this is authorized essentially grant clemency to include overturning the sentence. happen.ever seen it this is the first time that anybody i knew heard of this happening. i think the main criticism of this instance -- i heard by rumors that they received information that led them to elieve that perhaps the outcome had not been correct. but that is for the appellate system to deal with. system ifn appellate someone receives jail time. you have an automatic review. appeal to th
. >> keegan bradley? >> i think he's the man to beat. he's a very popular choice among other people out there. he's had four top ten finishes in the last four events. if you look at the last round he played in the texas open, he's won four major birdies. he's had one round at the masters, finished 27th. >> there you go. so it all kicks off today. and it's a great -- you know, i don't really care who wins, it's just so great. probably the world's best golf watching tournament. >> just a beautiful place. tiger woods, if he wins, bookmakers are in big trouble. >> i have no doubt what i am doing for the thx four nights. nigel, thank you so much. who is your favorite to win the tournament? let us know. john has written to me and said ross, i believe tiger will win the masters this year. he's playing much better this year so he's going with the market. nothing wrong with that. >>> meanwhile, there was a boost in appetizing spending this morning. an uptick of 3.2% year on year to nearly $560 billion. unsurprisingly, europe was the only region not to add to that spending. >>> u.s. authorities elsewhe
's the mystery man on the roof as the second bomb went off. the image going viral. >>> and matt and ben, jennifer and bradley working just miles from the blast. hollywood's boston connection. >> there's some great an
tried. >> thank you, amy. >> coming up, everybody, bradley cooper, the sexiest man alive but can he pull off a new look that includes pink curlers? >> no. >> well, we'll have the answer ahead. >> no. >> no. >> i would also argue we might have a new "play of the day." and by the way, final four. get your brackets out. we're going final four on the "play of the day." love that guy, too. we've got a lot more coming up. i'my body doesn't work the way it used to. past my prime? i'm a victim of a slowing metabolism? i don't think so. new great grains protein blend. protein from natural ingredients like seeds and nuts. it helps support a healthy metabolism. new great grains protein blend. living with moderate to semeans living with pain.is it could also mean living with joint damage. humira, adalimumab, can help treat more than just the pain. for many adults, humira is clinically proven to help relieve pain and stop further joint damage. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of can
they are americans. >> reporter: tahman bradley, abc news, washington. >>> the tsaranev brothers plan to bomb times square is being backed up by a man from china who calls himself danny. the suspects carjacked his mercedes. and he tells today's "boston globe," he was sure he would die. when they stopped for gas, he ez caped to a mobile station across the street. >>> the white house says it won't be taking any action against syria anytime soon, despite recently uncovered evidence that chemical weapons may have been used in the civil war. just last month, president obama warned syria that the government using chemical weapons against civilians would be a game-changer. but the white house now says, for now anyway, the evidence is not solid enough for the u.s. to get involved. >>> horror overnight outside of moscow. a fire sweeping through a psychiatric hospital, that killed 36 people. many in their beds. only three people managed to escape the flames. >>> back here at home, president obama offered the nation's support to the people of west, texas. that came at a memorial service, where the 12 first re
are tracking multiple persons of interest including a man being treated at an area hospital, as well as another individual who was seen trying to gain access to a restricted area five minutes before the blasts. john and diana. >> all right, tahman bradley, live in boston, thank you. >>> well, the fbi is launching a massive effort to find those responsible for the deadly attack. they're going to be looking at bomb fragments. they'll also look at hundreds of videos from the finish line. >>> with more on the search for clues, we're joined by abc's devin dwyer from washington. good morning, devin. >> reporter: good morning. the boston marathon attack is the first successful bombing in the u.s. since the september 11th, 2001 attacks. now the full weight of the u.s. government is behind the search for who is responsible. authorities this morning are poring over this dramatic video from the finish line for clues. bomb technicians are studying burn marks on bricks and concrete, and at hospitals doctors are collecting pieces of shrapnel that were blasted into bodies. >> they're going to look at the comp
. verizon. >> over the last 40 years, presidents have come and gone and now there's a man in charge. our power player of the week. >> i want to hold them accountable. >> the new executive editor of the washington post. the paper of ben bradley, woodward and bernstein. the. >> how intimidating was it to follow in the footsteps of br bradlee and woodward and bernstein? . he knows all about taking on the powerful. before coming to washington, he was editor of the boston globe for a decade he when it won six pulitzer prizes, including one for exposing sex abuse in the catholic church. >> there had been a pattern where when they knew priests had abused children, they continued to reassign those priests and then the priests continued to abuse children and that was a pattern of, i believe, misconduct on the part of the church and it was another story we needed to do. >> before that he ran the miami herald before the 2000 presidential election. >> the u.s. supreme court ruled there would be no he recount and we felt there should be be won. >> who won? >> the results show that george bush won by
want to reward the man who helped police track down the boston bombing suspect. >> boston remembers the victims of the bombings and manhunt, as life starts to return to normal. i'm mr. bradley with the very latest coming up. good morning, everybody. here's an update with lisa argen. >> temperatures on the cool side at the coast with upper 40s. low 40s in the north bay. low to mid-50s from san francisco and oakland. this afternoon we are warmer. coastal temperatures with a weaker sea breeze, mid-60s. upper 80s in the warmest inland east bay looking very pleasant, 670s and 70s. if you are headed to the giants game this afternoon, 1:05, temperatures will be climbing through the 60s. we will have a wind out of the south up to 15 miles an hour. by 4:00 we should be in the upper 6os. very pleasant weather. you will need the sun block. we will talk about how long the warming trend will last in a few minutes. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. boston is trying to find closer after five days of terror. this morning memorials and vigils are reminders of the bombings and the chaos that followed. abc
one? >> that's fun, man. that must be fun for you. >> villanova was great. >> bradley cooper, that picture, he went to villa nova and he transferred. >> jim, yeah. i don't like him, and he's tall. i was hoping he's 5'5". >> he's the coolest guy in the room. >> he was. and by the way, he was the biggest star in the room and also the most down to earth guy in the room and that was fantastic. >> we hang out a little bit, as you can see from that picture. >> perfect. >> see you later. >> coming up, our guest host, jeremy segal and mike santelli. we'll give him the last word when squawk returns. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed: the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these years. ♪ nespresso. where there is an espresso to match my every mood. ♪ where just one touch creates the perfect coffee. where every cappuccino and latte is made at home. and where i can have exactly
. so bradley cooper, he does all great things, it seems and he did something else just spectacular. >> he's shooting a movie in boston right now. he went to the bedside of jeffrey bauman jr. a man who lost both of his legs in the boston bombing. and there's this photo. it really became this iconic image of a man in a cowboy hat wheeling him away from the finish line. there it is right there. after the incident. so cooper came. julian edelman, who's a wide receiver for the new england patriots, took the photo, tweeted it and sent it out. but it's so great because here's a guy who's gone through so much and these guys are busy. they came to visit him. and it looks like jeffrey's doing well. >> sweet. >> god bless him. isn't he the one that woke up and remembered seeing one of the bombers? >> and told authorities. gave them a description. >> incredible. >> let's switch gears a little bit. justin bieber has been having some trouble. but there's a photo floating around of him and his old girlfriend, selena gomez. >> it was a big story last week that selena and justin were both in norway
you turn out like you did, buddy. practically perfect. >> so bradley cooper, he does all great things, it seems and he did something else just spectacular. >> he's shooting a movie in boston. went to the bedside of jeffrey baughman, junior, a man who lost both legs in the boston bombing. there's the eyeingenic image of a man wheeling him away from the finish line after the incident. julian edelman, a wide receiver for the new england patriots, took the photo and tweeted it out. it's so great, here's a guy who has gone through so much. these guys are busy, they came to visit him and it looks like jeffrey is doing well. >> god bless him. >> isn't he the one that woke up and remembered seeing one of the bombers. >> and told authorities. he gave them a description. >> incredible. >> let's switch gears a little bit. justin bieber has been having some trouble. but there's a photo floating around of him and his old girlfriend, selena gomez. >> it was a big story last week that selena and justin were both in norway together. we didn't have photographic evidence, now we do. this is serious new
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